No. Never. Buying leveling guides is a waste of money. Any type of information covered in Zygor is more or less found all over the internet. Leveling is so fast and streamlined now there shouldn't be a reason to use a guide. Go to the zone recommended for your level and do about 20 quests and you're already on to the next zone, outlands, northrend, and cataclysm content is so fast now you can do all 5 or 10 levels of the expansion in one or two zones.
I just rolled my very first Horde character and I'm super excited(especially since I have some heirloom pieces on). I was wondering if anyone has used this addon for the purpose of leveling? I used it on my main briefly for the achievement module, which, as far as I could tell, didn't really do anything. I used the Zygor guide a while back, and it was nothing short of amazing, but I'm feeling cheap this time around lol.
Now he's closing his project yet again. Leaving us all in the dark. Thanks to the few that have to "big men" in the torrent scene. I just hope that someone else comes along that knows what Whoknowsit does and is willing to put up with the egos and the BS in the scene to share the guides we all enjoy. Because all I've seen so far are a bunch of people stealing Whoknowsit's research and the donators' wishes to keep it in THIS scene and safe for THIS SCENE, who don't know what they are doing.
I only subscribed about 2 days ago after coming back to WoW after 6 years. The game has changed so much since I left right around the Cata release. I decided to start fresh on a new server. I still had all my old links and logins to places like Curse, WowInterface, etc. Loaded up all the addons I had favorited years ago (of the maybe 1/3rd that were still maintained). Got to level 20 in a few hours of playing. Had to look a bunch of stuff up.

Level your hero. You need to start leveling him from the moment you have 2-3 units. This isn’t necessary. If you have KotG, DH, BM, FS, or AM you don’t even have to wait for units. However, with the help of units, your hero can very easily overcome creeps. Among players there is a certain understanding – creeping. Creeping is the destruction of neutral units in order to gain experience. If you kill a creep you earn gold. A gold number and a plus sign will appear on the screen. Sometimes, you need to kill them in order to earn more gold for building purposes.


It showed what items were on the rise, which ones were stagnant, and which ones were going down. I don't know how accurate it is since I am not familiar with my realms AH yet. I put some things on the AH with the Zygor suggested price and sold about 5k worth of stuff (I had a ton of MoP gems/herbs sitting around). I did use TSM suggestions as well and for the most part they seemed pretty close. But I did do an AH scan with Zygor before posting. 

The part you need to understand too, is that the Zygor addon doesn't use an App like TSM to update many times per day your auction value. When i bought the gold guide i remember that i didn't understand much either, the results were random and from items i can't make much gold with. It just scans the auction house based on their most recent value update which can be days and days ago.

I wouldn't buy Zygor guides. As a player since path 1.10 (around 7 years now) Ive seen a hearty wow community flourish through each expansion. I am a huge fan of the add on, Carbonite quest. It provides a pumped up version of wow's internal quest database. Also, its recommended to research your servers economy for making gold. http://www.powerwordgold.net/ is a great site for tricks of making gold. Pair it up with http://www.theunderminejournal.com and you'll be on your way to making fast gold to provide for all them alts :P


TSM v4.6 has been released! If you are running the TSM Desktop Application (and have TSM4 installed), you will be automatically updated momentarily. Otherwise, you can download directly from our site here: https://www.tradeskillmaster.com/install (or wait for it to show on CurseForge/Twitch – which may take a few hours). Changes * Added a new “baseitem” keyword which can be used as a price source paramater in custom prices (i.e. “dbmarket(baseitem)”) * Made some optimizations to group-based Shopping scans to not scan items with invalid max prices * When posting via Shopping, you can now easily change the variation of the item being posted * Linking an item into shopping will now prompt you to sell that variant by default when posting * Multiline edit boxes will now scroll with the cursor to make it easier to edit large strings * Fixed a bunch of issues with relationships across operation settings * Fixed disenchanting rates for scaled items * Fixed an issue where WoW would freeze while using various TSM UIs * Fixed various issues with using the Banking UI to move items in and out of the guild bank * Fixed a bug with importing while “Moved already grouped items” was disabled * Fixed a bug where importing a list of items was creating a new “Imported Items” group * Fixed a few issues caused by the recently-mapped global prices * Fixed a minor typo in the tooltip settings UI Known Issues http://support.tradeskillmaster.com/display/KB/TSM4+Currently+Known+Issues read more
1 All expansion guides are written in the Battle for Azeroth beta in order to have them ready on launch day. It's important to note that betas can be buggy and unstable and may delay and even halt our progress on the guides. Furthermore, the time between the start of beta and the announced release of Battle for Azeroth is much shorter (by about 2-3 months) than past betas. As a result, our primary focus is to have the Leveling guides updated by the launch, and only if those are complete and time remains will we work on updating the remaining guides. All guides not finished in beta will be updated post launch. You can read more about this here.
We push multiple alpha versions to Curse on an average day, these versions may contain important new features or bug fixes for the bleeding edge raid content... These versions are tagged as alpha, so they will not be downloaded by default. Set your Curse client to update to alpha if you want these latest versions (but they may contain bugs, downloads tagged as "Beta" or "Release" are more stable)
The waypoint directed me down the path to where plenty of aggressive enemies lurked around. After killing a bunch of them (successfully stayed alive this time!) and circling around with my moth, I wasn’t able to find any pet to battle with and complete the quest by the trainor. The Zygor viewer couldn’t provide a clear tutorial on that either, so I had to abandon it.

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Disable alpha versions in your Curse client if you do not want multiple updates per day. Make sure you check main download preference as well as DBM's individual download preference. You could have primary method set to release and dbm still set to alpha. Right click on DBM itself in curse client addon list and set it to release/beta to avoid the daily updates.
Well. LFG is designed to replace blizzard's premade groups entirely just like custom raid frame addons (like grid, grid2, healbot) did towards blizzard's compact raid addon. We can actually do little customization towards Blizzard's UI unless we write our own "UI". Instead, just use LFG to create/search groups instead of blizzard's UI since it sucks.
Because it's so much effort to click a button and go to a website? If you don't want to do that, then don't check out their addons. It clearly states in the title that it's from wow-pro. Just avoid them. I wouldn't have thought to go to their website to get an addon because I mostly just search on this site. So I'm glad that they posted even a partial addon and informed me that they have many more on their site. So, no, I won't support your moody, lazy demands of all or nothing. The purpose of addons is to make gameplay easier and more enjoyable. If their willing to invest their time into making amazing addons for the wow community, then you shouldn't bash them for advertising their site. Like Jason said, " If they do gain something from vists, they deserve it."
People are never going to learn that sites like Zygor Guides, Dugi, and other premium site actively search out accounts that leak and share the guides and close them down thus cutting off OUR SOURCE OF CURRENT UPDATES! They use methods much like Whoknowsit did by embedding an encrypted tag somewhere with your username or account number so they can trace the leak back to the account. Just as Whoknowsit did.
AddOns (sometimes called addons, add-ons, or mods) are collections of Lua/XML code that augment, modify, or replace World of Warcraft's default user interface. Addons vary greatly in scope and size — they may display information not presented at all by the default UI, add functionality to the default UI (e.g. additional buttons you can press to do things), modify the default UI's appearance (e.g. by changing colors or positions of UI elements) without changing its functionality, or even replace the default UI entirely.
I only subscribed about 2 days ago after coming back to WoW after 6 years. The game has changed so much since I left right around the Cata release. I decided to start fresh on a new server. I still had all my old links and logins to places like Curse, WowInterface, etc. Loaded up all the addons I had favorited years ago (of the maybe 1/3rd that were still maintained). Got to level 20 in a few hours of playing. Had to look a bunch of stuff up.
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